PCA Super High Roller Episode Four (vid)

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We are back with the final episode of the coverage released by PokerStars.tv for the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure Super High Roller event that was held back in January, with the action now seeing the final table of seven play down until a winner.

If you did not manage to see the three previous videos and wish to watch them prior to this one, you can find each by going here for Episode one, here for Episode two and here for Episode three.

The final table began with Dan Shak holding the chip lead with a chip count of 3,700,000 but there were big names to be seen everywhere, each more than capable of turning their chip stacks into the winning ones. He had the likes of PokerStars Team Pro Vanessa Selbst just slightly behind him, Antonio Esfandiari a little less than a million further back and even one of the most in form players on the planet in Ole Schemion holding the short stack.

In fact, if you were to add up all of the career earnings on this final table, there is easily more than $50 million earned between them prior to this event. Esfandiari alone has more than $20 million and Selbst  has $10 million.

Chip Counts At Start Of Final Table

1st) Dan Shak – 3,700,000

2nd) Vanessa Selbst – 3,645,000

3rd) Antonio Esfandiari – 2,830,000

4th) Fabian Quoss – 2,650,000

5th) Matt Glantz – 480,000

6th) Tony Gregg – 410,000

7th) Ole Schemion – 280,000

Any $100k buy-in event is going to create a good sized prize pool and that was certainly the case here with there being a prize pool of 5,433,120 to be shared among the top eight. Mike McDonald was the player that fell in 8th place on Day 1 to take the final remaining payout of $217,320. The rest now had to fight it out for the rest of those paying positions.

What They Were Playing For

1st)  $1,629,940

2nd) $1,178,980

3rd) $760,640

4th) $575,920

5th) $445,520

6th) $347,720

7th) $277,080

The coverage of Episode four lasts just under 50 minutes and is full of all of the very best hands and highlights from a very keenly contested final table. You would expect nothing less from such a high buy-in tournament and the quality of players that were on display and this final table certainly did not disappoint.

You can take all of this in by watching the video down below, where you will discover which players took home the bigger amounts from this highly popular tournament at the PokerStars Caribbean Adventure.


How It Finished

1st) Fabian Quoss – $1,629,940

2nd) Dan Shak – $1,178,980

3rd) Vanessa Selbst – $760,640

4th) Antonio Esfandiari – $575,920

5th) Matt Glantz – $445,520

6th) Tony Gregg – $347,720

7th) Ole Schemion – $277,080